One Mole With Melanoma & One Blue Pill | Melanoma Viagra Lawsuit

Do you have melanoma cancer? Did you ever take Viagra, Cialis, Levitra or ED Medicine?

You may be able to file a Viagra melanoma lawsuit!

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If you have taken one Viagra pill before having a mole removed with melanoma cancer, attorneys would love to hear from you and possibly fight for your compensation in Viagra melanoma lawsuits. If you have developed the serious stages of melanoma cancer and it has spread into lymph nodes, or if your loved one has lost his life to this terrible “skin cancer” then we would love to fight for you!

Melanoma moles are different than other skin cancers, and much more deadly. Harvard studies have shown that melanoma risks in men may increase 84% when using Viagra. If this is true it could easily explain a 107% increase in melanoma rates among men all over the United States compared to their female counterparts since sildenafil was first approved by the FDA for ED in 1998.

A mole with melanoma signals a lifetime of worry.

Melanoma moles are cancer that may begin in a mole and if caught early, be easily “cured.” The chances of getting melanoma again are much higher once it has diagnosed before.

Recurrence in those with a past of melanoma happens when they develop a second “primary tumor.” A study on 3310 patients with both Stage I and Stage II melanoma cancer showed a 2.8% risk of developing a second melanoma after 5 years, and a 3.6% risk after 10 years.

“DiFronzo LA, Wanek LA, Elashoff R, Morton DL. Increased incidence of second primary melanoma in patients with a previous cutaneous melanoma. Ann Surg Oncol .1999;6:705-711.”

The following are pictures of Melanoma Skin Cancer from Viagra Melanoma Lawyer.
Very irregular mole. Melanoma with asymmetrical uneven color and irregular border.

Very irregular mole. Melanoma with asymmetrical uneven color and irregular border.

Mole with uneven color, irregular border and scaly flaky area sign of melanoma.

Mole with uneven color, irregular border and scaly flaky area sign of melanoma.

Asymmetrical melanoma cancer mole greater than 10 millimeters (1/2 inch).

Asymmetrical melanoma cancer mole greater than 10 millimeters (1/2 inch).

Mole with melanoma cancer. Irregular border.

Mole with melanoma cancer. Irregular border.

Melanoma mole with uneven color and irregular border.

Melanoma mole with uneven color and irregular border.

Risk of Melanoma Recurrence Factors

  • Thickness of the initial mole tumor
  • Metastases in the area
  • Ulcers in the primary mole
United States Map Showing Melanoma Incidence Rates

United States Map Showing Melanoma Incidence Rates

Melanoma cancer may never completely go away. Some require regular treatments with excisions, immunotherapy, targeted treatements, chemotherapy, or other therapy. A life with cancer is difficult and very stressful as the patient submits to tests and treatments that can have severe effects on their daily lives.

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